get_all() (as mentioned above) to load all your event settings in an appropriate signal handler. Then assign it e.g. to
from flask import g).
g object from Flask is available in all templates and the data stored on it only lives during that particular request, so you can use that from within your templates.
There is just one small problem with what I just said: We currently don’t have a signal that runs before the request is being processed… I absolutely think that we should change this and add a signal that runs at the various step of the RH logic (before/after args, permissions and main logic processing).
And since you do need access to the Event, all the workaround I can imagine right now would require you to query the event again, which is of course not great…